Today at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
Elizabeth Williams, from UAS, will talk about their Health Sciences Curriculum;
Carol Sturgulewski will give us a preview of her Coffee & Collections program Saturday at the City Museum;
We’ll get more details about next week’s JuneauFest 2012, with guest, Pastor Eric Gonyon of the Great Awakening Revival program. Due to the controversy surrounding the multiple descriptions of the nature of this event, and the reports of local businesses withdrawing their support of Juneau Fest, the interview will be conducted by KTOO News Director Rosemarie Alexander;
And Pam Leary, program coordinator of the Juneau Skating Club will bring five of her young skaters to talk about the Whitehorse, YT competition they just returned from and about Sunday’s Skating Recital, slated for 2:30 at Treadwell Arena.
That, Writers’ Almanac, music and more, today at 3,
- For five years, Sharon Livingston has organized “Camp A”, where first-, second- and third-graders immerse themselves in traditional stories, crafts and foods. By encouraging kids to explore Unangan culture, she said they learn to see the value in cultures of all kinds.
- The National Transportation Safety Board is looking into the safety of Alaska skies during a hearing will take all today. The NTSB is looking into the wider issues surrounding the continued persistence of high numbers of accidents involving small planes and air taxis in Alaska.
- The Sun’aq Tribe won a grant to study the kind of threat that invasive crayfish in Alaska pose to subsistence resources. The award was announced Tuesday.
- After a contentious recall vote Tuesday, three embattled Haines Borough Assembly members will continue to serve out their terms. Nearly 60 percent of Haines voters rejected the allegations of official misconduct.